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DeWine supports bill to shift authority away from State Board of Education and into his office

New Ohio Bill Shifts Power to the Governor’s Office for Curriculum Decisions.

Mike Dewine

By Jo Ingles
The Statehouse News Bureau

The Ohio Senate is scheduled to take up a vote on a bill that would take power away from the non-partisan Ohio State Board of Education and give it to the governor’s office and legislature.

The state board of education makes decisions about curriculum used in K-12 schools, determines policy on how to implement state laws and more. It also hires the state school superintendent and oversees the Ohio Department of Education.

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